Welcome to the University of Waterloo Computer Science Club website. Use the menu at the top of our pages to navigate around our website. If you're new to the Computer Science Club, be sure to check out our About section.

News and Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
2015-02-02Racket's Magical match. Theo Belaire, a fourth-year CS student, will be talking about Racket's match' function. Bug resistant, legible, and super powerful! Especially useful for CS 241 in writing compilers, but all-round a joy to write.
6:00 PM, MC 4063
2015-02-05Making Robots Behave. Part of the Cheriton School of CS' Distinguished Lecture Series, MIT's Leslie Kaelbling will discuss robotic AI applied to the messy real world. We make a number of approximations during planning but regain robustness and effectiveness through a continuous state estimation and replanning process. This allows us to solve problems that would otherwise be intractable to solve optimally.
3:30 PM, DC 1302
Past events are available.

Elections for Winter 2015 have concluded. The following people were elected:

  • President: Gianni Gambetti (glgambet)
  • Vice-president: Luke Franceschini (l3france)
  • Treasurer: Edward Lee (e45lee)
  • Secretary: Patrick Melanson (pj2melan)

The following people were appointed:

  • Sysadmin: Murphy Berzish (mtrberzi)
  • Office Manager: Shikhar Singh (s285sing)
  • Librarian: Aishwarya Gupta (a72gupta)
Older news items are available. Make sure you check out the uw.csc newsgroup and our announcement boards on the second and third floor of MC for more updates. You can also download an ICS of our events.

Getting involved

If you are interested in holding, planning, or helping out with an event, don't hesitate to contact the Programme Committee right away! We will be more than glad to help you organise and hold your event. Industry representatives should take a look at our wiki page for industry events. If you want to help out with other CSC stuff, drop by our office and we'll give you something to do.

You might want to try contacting the Systems Committee if you're interested in doing system administration tasks or if you need assistance using CSC computer systems.

Getting your own homepage

Many members of the Computer Science Club host their personal websites on our web server. To find out how to get your own, check out the Services page.